Corona Virus - COVID19
DEALING WITH CORONAVIRUS IN THE WORKPLACE
Camp Goodenough continues to operate in accordance with NSW Health Guidelines. We are registered with NSW Health as a COVID SAFE BUSINESS.
Camp Goodenough is committed to ensuring the health and safety of all those attending our venue.
To this end, this policy sets out steps that the Organisation is taking in order to tackle the coronavirus outbreak, alongside expectations that are placed upon our staff and guests.
For the safety of yourself and others at our venue, this policy must be followed at all times.
INFECTION CONTROL MEASURES
We strongly encourage you to follow guidelines from the World Health Organisation on infection control, both whilst at our venue and in your daily life. These include:
frequently cleaning your hands by using alcohol-based hand sanitiser or soap and water
when coughing and sneezing, covering your mouth and nose with flexed elbow or tissue, throwing this tissue away immediately and washing your hands, and
avoiding close contact with anyone who has fever and cough.
CORONAVIRUS DIAGNOSIS OR EXPOSURE
If you contract the virus :-
If you begin to display symptoms of the virus, you must follow Government guidance to find out what to do next. You must seek medical attention and notify the Camp Management at the earliest opportunity.
In order to protect your fellow guests and our staff, you are required to remain absent from the workplace or leave our venue immediately.
If you have contact with a confirmed case of the coronavirus
If you have been in contact with someone who has a confirmed case of the coronavirus, as a Staff Member, you are required to notify Management immediately. If you are a proposed guest, you are not permitted to attend the camp until you have a medical clearance from a doctor.
If you have contact with a suspected case of the coronavirus
If you have been in contact with someone who has a suspected case of the coronavirus, you are required to notify the Camp Management immediately.
Even if you are not displaying any symptoms, as a Staff Member, we may take the decision to send you home and require you not to attend work as a safety precaution. As a guest, we would like to protect other guests and our staff and ask that you do not attend the camp.